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THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1928

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGN THRER

THURSX~AY, JULY 12, 1928 PAGE TIUWU

Books of the Day

Brook Evans, by Susan Glaspell. Fred-
erick A. Stokes Company. $2.50
(Courtesy of The Print and Book
Shop.)
You won't be able to escape this
book, once you start to read it. For
the day, the two days, or the three
days-however long it will take you
to read it-it will become an integral
part of you and you will become
complete slave to its mastery.
The story, like Hergesheimer's
"The Three Black Pennys," treats of
three generations, dealing mostly
with the second, but in all three weav-
ing closely and finely and in beautiful
patterns the influence of Naomi, of
the first generation.
It's a pity to try to tell you the

the girl, who reallyl
forsaken him for h
in her life of lovel
formed the creed th
life can do to you;is
having lived." Pl
Brook is actually in
ing when a thwartiz
off chance is as fr
trick with Gaspell as
causes her to beco
Naomi, the mother,o
success, falls into

loves him but has
er father. Naomi
ess mar'riage has
at "Anything that
is better than not
ans go well and
n process of elop-
ing influence (the
equent a literary
it is with Hardy)
me a missionary.
on the pinnacle r
despair of failure

Takes Inter-CollegeI WOMEN'S SOCIETY' GOULD WILL VISIT L ASS IFIET
ennis THournament HEARS LIBRARIAN COMMANDER BYRD ADVERTISINU
Mrs. Glen Carlson, who is librarian Lawrence M. Gould, assistant pro
at Rollins College in Winter Park, fessor of geology, will leave for New FURNISHED one-room kitchenette
Florida addressed theWomen's Fdu- York City the first part of this week apartment. Jefferson Apts. Aug. 1.
cational Club held Monday night at Calf1or1.1, 8 9
SBeta Phi sorority house on Tap- for a conference with Commander
pn road. Richard Byrd, regarding the proposed
The Rollins plan was originated by South Pole expedition which will TYPING-Thees s a specialty. Reason-
Dr. Hamilton Holt. Under this ar- start next September. suff. W-F. ut
rangement all classes are limited in Gould, accompanied
.*_rr::;;.::..;..*.. r;:" ; Professor G ulwho aco p ne 1
. .;.number so that each student has a Commander Bdrd on his Arctic ex- FOR SALE-One cabinet radio, day
chance to become intimately acquaint- plorations, was selected by the fa. bed, sereen book cases, curtains,
ed with the professor or instructor. mous explorer to be the official dishes, kitchen utensils. Call 2-1868.
.:;:;;":,:: :: ::. Lecture courses are not offered as the eologist of th 16, 17, 18
.:r : .;"..., . .ollins g olgitf te ary-
Rollins.system considers that recita-pa
":""::::."tion only is essential for education.

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story, for a reproduction will do
nothing but kill the sustained vigor
and poignant loveliness with which the
author writes it.
Naomi Kellogg and Joe Copeland
love each other passionately, but there
is parental objection: s o they meet
at a hidden sanctuary along the brook
that flows through their farm lands.
Joe is killed by a farm machine, blast-
ing the young romance, leaving only
his unborn child. The parents, horror-
stricken at their daughter's mis-
chance, in righteous calvinistic ac-
tion improvise a hasty marriage with
Caleb Evans, a family friend. The
Evanses move west, where little
Brook (named after the brook that
ran through the farms and haunted
Naomits memory) is born.
Brook Evans, the daughter, grows
up in ignorance of the fact that her
father is Joe Copeland and not Caleb
Evans. When she finally is told of
the fact, she turns against her moth-
er and idolizes Evans with a faith-
ful devotion that is both startling and
wondrous. This turn of affairs is
only one of the surprise climaxes.
Naomi, panic-stricken because she
fears that her daughter will fall en-
tirely under the spell of her pedantic
father, wary lest her daughter allow
herself to live a life of hopeless wait-
ing for life, conspires with a former
sweetheart of Brooks' to elope with

ts ves ner e out Classes are divided into three sec-
Brook marries and has a son tions, two hours long, and physical i
Evans. During her rather unevent- education follows the classes from
(ful married life she realizes her mis- 3:30 o'clock on. No outside prepara-
takes, realizes that her mother was tion is necessary for these classes a
right, realizes that life for her has .fi.. th work is all done within the two
not yet been lived. Then, at thirty- hours in class. The work for thr
eight, she tastes love and life for the semester is outlined at the beginning
first time and blesses her mother for and the student may finish the work
teaching her to recognize them. in less than the prescribed time if he
Such is a cursory account. The ? °>. is able. The customary "cut per
story is great, masterful, and vital. ,hour" system which is in effect at
There are a hundred twists and tricks Julius Seligson most colleges is not used at Rollins.
in it that make its freshness live with Who recentlv won the national in-
you. If you don't read another book - SPECIL
this year, read "Brook Evans," read ter-collegiate tennis championship JULY SPECIAL
it and learn the intimations of life held at Philadelphia.- Seligson, who isEe
as Naomi and Brook learned them. a sophomore this year at Lehigh Uni- on Eugene Perm ..
"Through all the future it would flow versity, defeated Ben Gorchakoff, of -'nent Vave $8.50 y
softly-with deep sweet meaning- Occidental college, in what proved to
with mystery-this hour-intimations be an East-West finals. The match Also Monday and Tuesday
from the brook." was won in straight sets by the pe-
L. I. K. culiar count of 11-9, 6-0, 9-7.p of each week, we gve
special prices on Shampoo
and Marcel or Shampoo .
Alim en d ing e Mr Music Shop and Finger Wave for $1.25
305 MAYNARD STREET--
Powder Puff Beauty
COLUMBIA RECORDS Shop
1441-D Paul Whiteman Just Like A Melody Out of the Sky (Over Graham's Hook Sto.e)
Orchestra lecause My Baby Don't Mean Maybe 320 S. State Dial 6442
1428-1) Ted Lewis I Ain't Got Nobody
Orchestra A Good Man Is Hard to FFiFnd =, lliI llilIIIIItIIII lilIllillII llllIt ~
1395-D Guy Lombardo Waiting For Katy"
Orchestra I Can't Do Without You
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BOOKS!

BOOKS!

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chers, preachers, librarians and stu-
1 be surprised at what 50c will buy.
UNIVERSITY
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See Del Frete Pirst
FOR.
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$40, $50, $55 Adler Suits . $25
$7 to $12 Adler Pants ..$5.85
$6.50 Linen 'Knickers $4.50

BiinUItolecl ... in scientific test of
leading Cigarettes, Princess Paul Chavchavadze

$7 to $10 Wool Knickers.
$25 Tropical Worsted Suits.
Finest Tailoring

$5.50
$16.50

Furnishings at Real Attractive I
Prices
$2.50 White Broadcloth Shirts $1.69
$2.50 to $4.00 Fancy Shirts $1.98
$6.50 Buckskin Jackets $4.98
$7.50 Lumber Jackets $1.98
$1.00 to $1.50 Ties, non-wrinkables. 73c
$1.00 Fancy Silk Sox .... 55c
Golf, Sox, good quality $1.33
$7 to $9 Fancy Sweaters $1.98
$1.25 Athletic Underwear ..59c
Hundreds of other bargains. Come in and see for
yourself
Coupons for Free Airplane Rides are being given by this store
Thursday
213 E. Liberty Opposite Varsity Laundry

selects OLE
"I was much intrigued by the invitation to make
a blindfold test of your leading brands of Ameri-
can cigarettes, to see how they compared with
each other and with those I had smoked abroad.
Could one really taste the difference? I wondered.
"But when I was handed these cigarettes, one by
one, I realized at once that there was a difference
and that the test was conclusive. One cigarette
was so much more appealing, so much more
delicate in flavor. Oh, and so much smoother!
"When the test was over and I was told that the
cigarette of my choice was OLD GOLD I understood
at once why this cigarette is so popular among
gny American friends."

GOLD

PRINCESS PAUL CHAVCHAVADZE, Sister of Mrs. Wm. B. Leeds

How Test Was Made

Subject was blindfolded, and, in tirely unaware of the identity
the presence of two responsible of these cigarettes during test.
witnesses, was given one each After smoking the four ciga-
of the four leading cigarettes rettes, the Princess was asked to
to smoke. To clear the taste, designate by number her choice.
coffee was served before each Without hesitation she replied,
cigarette. The Princess was en- "No. 3"..,.whichwas OLD GOLD.
- NOT A COUGH IN A CARLOAD

SMOOTHER AND

BETTER

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